Get homemade holiday cookies – baked by someone else


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Not everybody loves to bake.

But that doesn’t meant we can’t suffer homemade holiday treats.

Several area churches are heating adult ovens in expectation of their arriving annual cookie walks. We initial ran this list in 55 Hours on Nov. 23, though here it is again in box we missed it.

How does a cookie travel work? Visitors customarily compensate a set cost for an dull box, are handed gloves, and afterwards travel around several tables in church halls, stuffing boxes with cookies customarily finished by parishioners.

Some churches will assign by a weight of a cookies, while others have set fees.

The Mary Martha Circle of Bethel United Methodist Church in Lewes is holding a Annual Cookie Walk on Saturday, Dec. 2.

No time to bake this year? Relax. They’ve finished a work for you.

Doors of a Sussex County church during 129 W. Fourth St. open during 9 a.m. At $8 per pound, a accumulation of Christmas cookies will be offered.

The Lewes church is opposite from Beebe Medical Center’s easterly parking lot. Call (302) 645-9426 or revisit

Epworth United Methodist Church during 19285 Holland Glade Road, nearby Rehoboth Beach, also will be holding a Dec. 2 cookie walk. Doors open during 9 a.m. and will go until all a cookies are gone.

The cost is $8 per pound, and boxes will be provided. The church, only north of Rehoboth, is off Del. 1. Visit

St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church’s during 200 Marrows Road hosts a 29th Annual Cookie Walk from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 8.

Cookies, that we can name yourself, are $6 for a tiny container, and $12 for a vast container.

Lunch ($10) is also accessible there that day or for take-out. It includes a sandwich, soup, chips and a drink. Vegetable beef or duck corn soup will be sole by a quart for $8.

For pre-orders, call (302) 738-4331. For some-more information. revisit

Aldersgate Church during 2313 Concord Pike in Brandywine Hundred binds a annual Cookie Walk commencement during 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 9.

Visitors can fill a box with homemade Christmas cookies. The cost is $12 a box. Cookies, other baked goods, crafts and new-to-you Christmas decorations will also be accessible for purchase. Visit or call (302) 478-2575.

Contact Patricia Talorico during (302) 324-2861 or and on Twitter @pattytalorico

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